This Bakhtiari rug was woven in Southern Iran during the 2nd quarter of the 20th century (1925-1950).
It features a grand rendition of the classic garden design in rich reds, blues, gold, green, pink, and ivory. Shrubs, palmettes, botehs, flowering branches, and various trees appear in each square with an alternating repeating pattern. The reconciled main border showcases large palmettes and serrated leaves on a bright ivory ground which lightens the composition.
In very good condition with a hearty pile that shows no worn sections. The rug has been professionally cleaned but has a couple of small stains (as pictured) likely from furniture.